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Covenant 




1955-1980 




The first Covenant 

graduating class of 1955 

numbered three, while 

nearly ninety-five 

graduated in 1980. 

During the years 

between, almost one 

thousand others took 

their degrees from the 

college. Many faculty 

members, trustees, 

administrators, and staff 

people watched as 

these graduates passed 

the halls and finished 

their studies. Their 

sacrifice has given 

shape to the twenty-five 

year old Christian liberal 

arts college called 

Covenant. 





1980 is the year we celebrate the Silver Anniversa- 
ry of our college. It's a year of rejoicing before the 
Lord and celebrating what we have been and 
what we are now after 25 years. For we wouldn't 
be what we are today without our beginnings — 
our past. It's a year of remembering, a year of 
appreciating all that Covenant College is made 
of. The twenty-two students in Pasedena where it 
all began are a part of the four hundred and sixty- 
two on Lookout Mountain where we are now. 

The founders of Covenant College were con- 
vinced that young people needed the opportuni- 
ty for a Christian liberal arts education, not just a 
Christian environment for college years. The vision 
was for a school in which all disciplines would be 
taught as they relate to each other and to Christ 
pre-eminent. Robert Rayburn, with the help of Ru- 
dolph Schmidt, set forth to accomplish this task of 
starting such a college that would be based on 
the rich theological heritage of a large body of 
believers, the Reformed faith. They kept a positive 
front and a determined spirit, working hard with 
much self-sacrifice. They ignited the spark and 
kept it alive, for they knew that their purpose was 
to the glory of God. The move to a separate 
facility on Lookout Mountain was a new beginning 
for the college. The time of excitement was mixed 
with reluctance to leave a place where roots 
were deep. The campus on the mountain has 
changed with time, and so have Covenant stu- 
dents. Yet the ultimate purpose that our founders 
began with is still in our hearts. 

This is the year we celebrate that the Lord has 
brought us through twenty-five years of growth. 
During this Silver Anniversary year, we are remind- 
ed that silver is often used in a figurative sense for 
something that is refined or pure. The Lord had 
dealt with Covenant all these years, often in ways 
of testing and trying. "For thou, O God, hast 
proved us; Thou hast tried us, as silver is tried." 
Psalm 66:10. We reflect on our past and thank the 
Lord for How He has and is still refining us. And we 
are confident that He will continue this work in and 
through us at Covenant. 














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We study all academic 
disciplines as they relate 
to each other, to 
ourselves, and to our 
Creator. The ability to 
pursue knowledge and 
understanding of our world 
is something we value as 
a gift of God. 



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Covenant College began in 1955 at 

190 North Oak Street, Pasedena, 

California, the home of Dr. Robert 

Rayburn. President Rayburn and his 

wife were housed in the same 

building as the twenty-two students 

who made up the student body that 

first year. Classes were held at 

Pasedena City Church, and the 

house at 190 North Oak was the 

center of student life. Dr. Rayburn 

often challenged those students that 

these were the beginnings of 

something bigger. 





The next year. Covenant College travelled across the country to St. Louis, Missouri, the 
sight of their new campus, along with Covenant Theological Seminary. Under Dr. 
Raybum's presidency, the student body grew from 60 to 150. The eight years Covenant 
spent in St. Louis were exciting times as well as times of self-sacrifice. Some of the 
highlights of those years were the organization of Covenant's first soccer team and 
chorale, and the donation of a twenty room house which greatly expanded the campus 
facilities. 



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In 1964, the Covenant Board of Trustees decided to purchase the "Castle in the Clouds" 
resort hotel in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, for a new location where Covenant could 
expand. The student body in St. Louis raised $25,000.00 that year towards the purchase 
of the new building. 

For eight years, from 1964-1972, Covenant students ate, slept, studied, and attended 
classes all in the one building. It was the only building on campus until 1972, when the 
gym, new dorm, and library were built during the presidency of Dr. Marion Barnes. The 
castle was orignally built in 1928 as a resort hotel, styled after an actual Bavarian castle. 
Later the building was named Carter Hall, after Paul Carter, a Chattanooga businessman 
who donated five-hundred acres of mountain land to the college in the early seventies. 
Renovation of Carter Hall began in 1978, the same year Dr. Martin Essenberg became 
president. 




Daily chapel services and study of God's Word are part 

of our lives at Covenant. We view our creative 

expression through musical, dramatic, and visual arts as a 

means of worship. 




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Physical discipline is important to our development as 
individuals. We grow together through healthy competition 

and valuable fellowship in teams sports. 



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ROBERT G. RAYBURN, PRESIDENT, 1955-65 



MARION D. BARNES, PRESIDENT, 1965-78 



As founder of Covenant College. Dr. Rayburn provided the 
leadership essential to the growth of a fledging college. Trained 
at Wheaton College, Omaha Presbyterian Theological Seminary 
and Dallas Seminary, he served for several years as pastor and 
also as chaplain in the U.S. Army. When he returned to civilian life 
he accepted the presidency of Highland College (which a year 
later became Covenant College), and during his ten-year tenure 
at Covenant, he supplied the energy and vision which produced 
growth in the beginning years. 



The far-reaching vision and tireless work of Dr. Barnes resulted in 
significant achievements for the college, among them 
accreditation, the construction of four major buildings on 
campus, and the growth of the overall college assets to over $9 
million. Dr. Barnes earned his M.A. and doctoral degree at 
Columbia University. He came to Covenant after a career as a 
research chemist and teacher. From 1960-65, the years before 
his tenure at Covenant, he served as Director of Industrial 
Research in Washington, D.C. while simultaneously serving as 
chairman of Covenant's board of trustees. 



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MARTIN ESSENBURG, PRESIDENT, 1978 - 

A career in education, which included heading a large Christian 
school system in Holland. Michigan, and serving as headmaster of 
the Christian Academy in Japan, supplied the background which 
Martin Essenburg brings to the presidency of Covenant today. 
He was also a lecturer on the Philosophy of Christian Education 
at the Japan Christian Theological Seminary and an instructor in 
statistics for the Far East Division of the University of Maryland 
during his stay in Japan. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the 
University of Michigan. His quiet dignity and strong leaaership has 
greatly affected the Covenant community. 



All the work and sacrifice of 
Covenant College's past was 
certainly not in vain. II Corinthians 15: 
5-8, "They that labor in the Lord 
labor not in vain." The reward of all 
this labor is the growth and 
development of godliness in the lives 
of Covenant alumni. Whether they 
may be found teaching at a 
Christian school in California, working 
at a children's home in India, 
practicing nursing in Jordan, working 
for BM in North Carolina, being a 
housewife in Washington, practicing 
medicine in Tennessee, working as a 
journalist in Asheville, or teaching as 
a seminary professor in Chile, 
Covenant College graduates have a 
real understanding of an integration 
of life and worship. They live a life of 
offering to God in their careers, their 
families, and their churches. 
Covenant seeks to instill in its 
graduates a real sense of 
responsibility to the kingdom of God. 

In every era of Covenant's existence 
there have been people who have 
dedicated their lives to the idea of a 
Christian liberal arts college where 
young adults are taught to see 
every discipline and area of life 
under the Lordship of Christ. Thus, 
every year since the beginning of 
Covenant, students have graduated 
with this mind set of Christ Pre- 
eminent in all things, and are living 
their lives responsibly before God. 
Covenant College is making an 
impact on our world, and will 
continue to make an impact for 
years to come. "And He shall sit as a 
refiner and purifier of silver . . . that 
they may offer unto the Lord an 
offering in righteousness." Malachi 
3:3. 



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All my being's ransomed powers: 

All my thoughts and words and doings, 

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ADMINISTRATION 




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Martin Essenberg, president 



Allen Duble. vice-president for 
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John Barnes, vice-president for business 
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John Cummer, dean of students 



Nick Barker, dean of faculty 



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Marion Barnes, chancellor 






Rudolph Schmidt, dean of admissions and Charles Donaldson, director of institutional 
records research 



Dan Theune, director of financial aid 



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MUSIC 




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Allen Mawhinney 




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BIOLOGY 



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Ray Dameron 



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Nicholas Barker 




Alta Ada Schoner 



Paul Hesselink 



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TEACHER EDUCATION 




Donovan Graham 



Rebecca Stigers 




HISTORY 



Louis Voskuil 



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Fred Kirms 




Walter Bowman 



Eugene Fitzgerald 



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STAFF 




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Judy Finley 




Phyllis Crooks 



Lewis Coddington 





Susan Houghton 



Gary Huisman 



Andrew Belz 



Steve Lawton 




Ranay Smith 



Debbie Martin 



Collyn Schmidt 



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Tom Larson 



Fern Moore 



John Moore 



Sara Zetterholm 




Marilyn Slenker 



Jim Drexler 



Carolyn Midkiff 



Marc Petrini 





Becky Biggers 



Peggy Kessill 



Ruth McKinley 



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Pat Monroe 



Lisa Welton 



Reece Rogers 



Henry Stevens 




Dave Hickey 



Dale Lee 



Barbara Simmons 




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Candy Minors 



Juanita Bradford 




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Sandra Alecxih 
Lancaster, Pa. 



Kathryn Anderson 
Tacoma, Wash. 



Karen Anthony 
Charleston, S.C. 



Mary Ausdenmoore 
Raleigh, N.C. 







Lester Badenoch 
Lisbon, N.Y. 



Mark Barker 
Montreat, N.C. 



Beth Baum 
Joppa, Md. 



Mary Beatty 
Silver Springs, Md. 







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Joan Benham 
Bellevue, Wash. 



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Terry Bloesma 
Bradenton, Fla. 





Judy Blomquist 
New Castle. De. 



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Ron Bradbury 
Norfolk, Va. 




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Mary Beth Butterfield 
Orlando, Fla. 



Deborah Cameron 
Tampa, Fla. 



Rhonda Champness 
Doraville, Ga. 



Ray Clark 
Lookout Mt., Tenn. 






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Cinthia Clifford 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



Beverly DeVelde 
Prospect Hts., III. 



Lynn Devereux 
Austell, Ga. 



Pamela Drechsel 
Conyers, Ga. 






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Karen Duffney 
Sarasota, Fla. 



Mari Dye 
Sudan, E. Africa 



Amelda Early 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Susan Eaton 
Coultersville, 



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April Espinoza 

San Bernardino. Co. 



Tim Essenburg 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 



Elizabeth Freeland 
Bluff City, Tn. 



Jan Frett 
Newark, De. 









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Covington, La. 



Sandy Gillen 
Jupiter, Fla. 



Steven Greer 
Austell, Ga. 



Fibi Hanna 
Martinsburg, W. Va. 









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Gail Harmelink 
Sheboygan, Wise. 



David Hoffman 
York, Pa. 



Janet Hoffman 
Stone Mtn., Ga. 



Michael Hovart 
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



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Missy Howell 
Sharon, S.C. 



Kirk Humphrey 
Esperance, N.Y. 



Rob Jenkins 
Ringgold, Ga. 



Mark Jones 
Charlotte, N.C. 







William Kaufmann 
Zelienople, Pa. 



Keith Kearney 
Wilmington, Del. 



Scott Kennedy 
High Point, N.C. 



Tracy Kerley 
Belmont, N.C. 










Chris Kimball 
Russelville, Ark. 



Cynthia Kimball 
Russelville, Ark. 



Mark Kimsey 
Tampa, Fla. 



Linda Kisby 
Lin wood, N.J. 



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Sandra Kosmacek 
Marietta. Ga. 



Randy Kreisel 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Seung Kook Lee 
Scarsdale, N.Y. 



Sara Leverett 
Morrisville, N.C. 







Carl Little 
Terre Haute, Ind. 



Andrew Lohr 
Lake Ariel, Pa. 



Lesle Long 
Greenville, S.C. 



Jenny Luquette 
Hanover, Pa. 




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Columbia, S. Am. 



Tim McDonald 
Marietta, Ga. 



Tammie McKinley 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 



Colleen McMahon 
Lincoln Park, Mich. 



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Tim McQuitty 
Henderson, Ky. 



Bruce McRae 
Hattborn, Penn. 



Zachary Martin 
Summerville, Ga. 



Lisa Melton 
Stone Mtn., Ga. 







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Cindy Metzger 
Livingston, N.J. 



Susan Mietling 
Lexington, N.C. 



Tom Monroe 
El Dorado, Ar. 



Elaine Moore 
Bridgetown, N.J. 





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Bill Moore 
Augusta, Ga. 



Kellene Morris 
Marietta, Ga. 



Tim Morris 
Doraville, Ga. 



Paul Morton 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Jonathan Musselman 
Telford, Pa. 



Debesai Negusse 
Ethiopia, Africa 



Tim Owens 
Easley, S.C. 



Margaret Pattison 
Bel Air, Md. 







Tanya Pollett 
Hinesville, Ga. 



Edward Powell 
Bonita Beach, Fla. 



Jim Ream 
Orlando, Fla. 



Mary E. Rineer 
Stasburg, Pa. 







Nancy Roach 
Marietta, Ga. 



Jerry Robbins 
Colonial Hghts, Va. 



Marshall Robinson 
Jackson, Miss. 



Greg Sarver 
Charleston, S.C. 



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Bev Schmidt 
Woodinville, Wa. 



Jo Settle 
Greenville, S.C. 



Bryan Shannon 
Colorado Springs, Co. 



Terrie Shaw 
Piano, Tex. 







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Carolis Shropshire 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Jeff Slenker 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 



Clyde Smith 
Kittanning, Pa. 



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Dan Sneller 
Walker, Iowa 





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Lori Sprayberry 
Chickamauga, Ga. 




Ruth Stewart 
Shepherdstowns, W. 
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Mobile, Ala. 




Debbie Storlie 
Ellensburg, Wa. 



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Kim Stringfield 
Munice, In. 



Robin Stroop 
Bradenton, Fla. 



Jeff Swiger 
Greenville, S.C. 



Ann Taws 
Lauderhill, Fla. 




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Bruce Taws 
Lauderhill, Fla. 



Micah Tyson 
Hatboro, Pa. 



Jenny Tilley 
Houlton, Maine 



Mary Louise Tyler 
Aldie, Va. 







Cathy Uzdilla 
Levittown, Pa. 



Pat Vasterling 
St. Paul, Minn. 



Amy Waid 
Valdosta, Ga. 



Alan Waldecker 
Coulterville, III. 



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Clinton, Miss. 



Barb Watterson 
Plantation, Fla. 



Ruth Westra 
Bradenton, Fla. 



Carl Wiersema 
Holmes Beach, Fla. 






Freshmen not pictured: 
Linda DeBevoise. Rocky 
Haag, Phil Heiliger, Lisa Lang, 
Wallace Leavine. Frances 
Loveland. JoAnn Stewart, 
Chris Baker, Colin Burke, Beth 
Crews, Mark Duble, Leah 
George, Jenny Good, Scar- 
lett Hackman, Jackie Hamil- 
ton, Jerry Leitherer, Lori Me- 
Duffy, David Phillips. Sara Ros- 
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Paul Yoast 
Chesapeake, Va. 



Frand Zeidler 
Bensalem, Pa. 



Cynthia Cook 
Memphis, Tenn. 



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Juliette, Ga. 



Charysse Alexander 
Huntsville, Ala. 



Beth Allen 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Mark Auffarth 
Newark, De. 



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Cathie Bablikow 
Bird-in-Hand. Pa. 



Sally Barker 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 



Joan Batson 
Gadsden, Ala. 



Becky Beall 
Anapolis, Md. 




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Jane Bonner 
Seattle, Wash. 



Akin Braithwaite 
Lagos, Nigeria 



Tina Brown 
Merrimack, N.H. 



Harvey Brown 

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 







Debbie Burkins 
Baltimore, Md. 



Ben Butterfield 
Orlando, Fla. 



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Michael Cheney 
Ft. Walton, Fla. 



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Debra Clem 
Seattle, Wash. 



Bill Coller 
Springfield, Mo. 



Christine Cook 
Memphis, Tenn. 



Beth Cooper 
Wilmington, De. 










Rebekah Cordes 
Havertown, Pa. 



Janet Crumley 
Dalton, Ga. 



Michael DelVecchio 
Helena, Ala. 



Kathie Doe 
Roswell, N.M. 







Susan DePrine 
Baltimore, Md. 



Vittoria Donato 
Bradenton, Fla. 



Merry Dykeman 
Delanson, N.Y. 



Roxma Ebanks 
Grand Cayman Island 



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David Elder 
Macon, Miss. 



Cathy Ellis 
Johnson City, N.Y. 



Jim Essex 
Clearlake, Wi. 



Sue Finch 
Roebuck, S.C. 







Dan Frett 
Newark, De. 



Michael Gabrielse 
Dearborn, Mich. 



Jennifer Gamble 
Barrington, III. 



David Gerry 
Ft. Wash, Penn. 







Randy Gieselmann 
Sparta, III. 



Geoffrey Gold 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Lori Gottshall 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Will Grant 

Falls Church, Va. 



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Jim Grauley 
Telford, Pa. 



Tamberly Greshel 
Biloxi, Miss. 



Danny Griffin 
Rocky Face. Ga. 



Janet Gustafson 
Ferguson, Mo. 







Rebecca Himebook 
Hutchinson, KS. 



Janet Howard 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Steve Hunt 
Taejon, Korea 



Dawn ivwy 
Huntsville, Ala. 







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Modesto, Ca. 



Steven Keskula 
Stone Mountain, Ga. 



Lisa Kidd 
Hialeah, Fla. 



Phil Kiratzis 
Pittsburg, Penn. 



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Susan Knight 
Winter Park, Fla. 



Peter Kress 
Nomori-Kin, Japan 



Lynn Lawson 
Alamagordo, N.M. 



Lunard Lewis 
Los Angeles, Ca. 




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Tom Lochstampfor 
Upper Volta, W. Africa 




Sam Mayanja 
Nairobi, Kenya 







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Christina McDuffie 
Shawnee, Ks. 




Tawn McKinley 
Lookout Mntn. Tenn. 







Neal McKinney 
Huntsville, Ala. 



Terry Massey 

Lookout Mntn. Tenn. 



Jeff Massot 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Rhoda Miller 
Vermillion, S.D. 



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Debbie Milner 
Marietta, Ga. 



Lois Moody 
Houlton, Me. 



Mary Moore 
Columbus, Ga. 



Elisabeth Muhlig 
Manchester, Pa. 







Robert Stidstone 
Quincy, Mass. 



Katherine Nilson 
Omaha, Ne. 



Cindy Normann 
Va. Beach, Va. 



D'Arcy Nuermberger 
Lookout Mntn. Tenn. 




Robert O'Donnell 
Silverspring, Md. 




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Hialeah, Fla. 







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Deborah Pattison 
Bel Air, Md. 




Tucker Pennington 
St. Petersburg, Va. 



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Allen Schmidt 
Co. Springs, Co. 



Dianne Schenz 
Kennewick. Wa. 



Michiko Sasaki 
Ibaragi. Japan 



Carla Royal 
Augusta. Ga. 







Michael Robinson 
Jackson, Miss. 



Sharon Robb 
Swanwick, III. 



Ann Reynolds 
Gainesville, Ga. 



Steve Reid 
Decatur, Ga. 







Tink Rabey 
Savannah, Ga. 



John Pummell 
Va. Beach, Va. 



Sharon Prosseda 
Aston, Pa. 



Beth Ann Piske 
Salem, Oregon 



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Meta Scott 
Williamsport, Pa. 



James Sluis 
Wychoff, N.J. 



John R. Smith 
Baltimore, Md. 



Scott Strelow 
St. Louis, Mo. 







Joe Tessitore 
Westfield, N.J. 



John C. Upton 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Marlayne Vandenburg 
Thornton, Co. 



Michael Wilkes 
Flowery Branch, Ga. 








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Sophomores not pictured: 
Lyndia Crotteau, Eric Duble, 
Ron Johnson, David Kelly, 
Shawna Mercer, Melanie Ri- 
ley, Dave Schribner, Byron 
Shearer, Bill Snuggs, George 
Aber, Randy Beach, Lorraine 
Berrios, Cheryl Evers, Susan 
Gray, David Hickey, Calvin 
Moncrieff. Mark Price. Terri 
Stevens, Julie Thurston, Wen- 
dell Worster, Kathy Wright. 



Gary Williams 
Edenton, N.C. 



David Woodson 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Mutsuko Yashima 
Tokyo, Japan 



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Charlotte, N.C. 



Brad Auffarth 
Newark, De. 



Larry Barker 
Brentwood, Mo. 



Barbara Benham 
Bellevue, Wash. 















Sharon Bergman 
Palo Alto, Ca. 



Manuel Bersach 
Miami, Fla. 



Jennifer Brady 
Martinsburg, W.Va. 



Jeff Clayton 
Gastonia, N.C. 







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Univ. Heights, Ohio. 



Beth Conn 
Ardsley, Pa. 



Janet Cuthbert 
Colombia, S.Am. 



Bill Davis 
Kennewick, Wash. 



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Laura Doig 
Randallstown, Md. 



David Dunlap 
Gainsville. Ga. 



Marcia Early 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Rebecca Emmons 
Dayton, Fla. 







Spencer Evans 
Tampa, Fla. 






Anne Fagan 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Kathy Faulk 
Charlotte, N.C. 



Kathryn Folland 
Owatonna, Wn. 





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David Garrett 
Bloomfield Hills, Mi. 



Matt Gendron 
Colorado Springs, Co. 



Heather Gilhom 
Ontario, Canada. 



Wayne Gill 
Miami, Fla. 



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Sarah Gragg 
Bristol, Tn. 



Kelly Graves 
Covington, La. 



Tricia Grimes 
Roanoke, Va. 



Audrey Hale 
Arvada, Co. 





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Peter Halvorsen 
Lookout Mtn. Tenn. 



Nancy Harvey 
Cedarville, Oh. 



Bob Haynes 
Lynchburg, Va. 



Steven Henderson 
Sunnyvale, Ca. 








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Doylestown, Ohio. 



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Long Beach, Ca. 



Rocky Howland 
Chattanooga, Tn. 



Ruth Hunt 
St. Louis, Mo. 



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Susan Ising 
Easton, Pa. 



Jeff Klein 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



Debbie Krabbendom 
Lookout Mtn, Ga. 



Marjory Larson 
Ballwin, Md. 









Stephen Lutz 
Greenville, SG. 



Richard Mason 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 



Karen Nagle 
Chesterfield, Mo. 



Chip Naumann 
Manchester, Mo. 







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Rodney Nelson 
Dalton, Ga. 



Catherine Nordlof 
Barrington, III. 



Steve Phillips 
Claymont, Del. 



Steve Phillips 
Pompano Beach, Fla. 



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Bill Pianki 

Port Jeff Sta. N.Y. 



Ron Pohl 

Great Neck. N.Y. 



Vicky Pope 
Hollywood, Fla. 



Ron Radke 
Flint, Mi. 







Tom Ricks 
St. Louis, Mo. 



Tamara Riley 
Arnold, Md. 



Danny Roper 
Memphis, Tenn. 



Cindy Schmidt 
Colorado Springs, Co. 







Joe Shaw 
Tchula, Miss. 



Mae Shelley 
Taylors, S.C. 



Shirley Smiese 
Oostburg, Wi. 



Sandy Jo Strelow 
St. Louis, Mo. 



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Kenneth Talbot 
Sebring, Fla. 



Wanda Wallin 
Asheville, N.C. 



Robert Wright 
Vincetown, N.J. 



Rebecca Wu 
Lynchburg, Va. 




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Juniors not pictured: 
Alan Bartley. Emmett Baxen- 
dell. Lilly Castillo, Jeff Faris, 
Steve Jenkins, Todd Smith, 
Ed Stoffel, Deanna Bell. Billy 
Camenisch, Dennis Dunn, Bill 
Finley. Lois Gilchrist, Bill Har- 
grove, Damien Howard, Sook 
Kelly. Donny Knox, Margie 
Larson, Roy Lowrie, Howard 
McAlister, Gerry Scheuber, 
Bruce Schwartz, Tami Smai- 
lek. 



Kiyoshi Yamato 
Urawa-shi, Japan 



Montgomery Robinson 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 







Thomas Beil 
Nazareth, Pa. 



Elsa Braun 
Wyckoff, N.J. 



David Byrne 
Contoucook, 



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Randy De Michel 
Ashtabula, Ohio 



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Jim Garretson 
Gettysburg, Pa. 



Kay Good 
Taft, Tenn. 



John Graham 
Sumter, SG. 



Kristine Hamm 
Lookout Mtn., Tenn, 





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Terry Hammond 
Hanover, Pa. 



David Harrell 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



Ken Hracek 
Fulks Run, Va. 



Scott McNutt 
Lander, Wy. 








Robert Meador 
Miami Lakes, Fla. 



Robert Powell 
La Cahanda, Ca. 



David Rountree 
Simpsonville, S.C. 



Jaci Sweeney 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



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Alisa Allen 
Petersburg. Va. 






Mark Arnold 
Roanoke. Va. 



Becky Barker & Nancy Matimore 

Kingston, Tn. 

Merrimack, N.H. 




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John Barbour 
Murrysville, Pa. 



Jenny Beall & Nancy Metzger 
Annapolis, Md. 
Livingston, N.J. 



John Beatty 
Silver Spring, Md. 




Paul Beatty 
Silver Spring, Md. 



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John Bell 
Indianola. Pa. 



Joyce Bradbury 
Norfolk, Va. 



Patti Burton 
York, S.C. 





Joachim Becker 
Hamm, Germany 



Bruce Beers 
Lima, Ohio 



Bob Butterfield 
Orlando, Fla. 



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Beth Canfield 
Cirdeville, Ohio 




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Billy Cross 
Piedmont, S.C. 



Barb Dillard 
Texas City, Texas 



Tom Grady 
Denville, N.J. 




Susan Cross & Leslie Nuermberger 
Randallstown, Md. Lookout Mntn., Tn. 



Steve Gilchrist 
Lookout Mntn., Tn. 



Sara Hamilton 
Quito, Equador 




Margaret Hargrove 
Munster, Ind. 



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Kenny Lee 
Smyrna, Ga. 



Bob DeMoss 
Wilton Grove. Pa. 



Gloria Mclntyre 
Freeport, Pa. 




Colleen Itzen 
Wheaton, Minn. 



Susan Kenneth 
Wilton Manors. Fla. 



Sam Mietling & Bonnie 

Babikow 

Lexington, N.C. 

Lancaster, Pa. 



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Linda Hayward 
Bartlesville, Ok. 






Sam Murrell 
Melbourne. Fla 



Bob Nenow 
LaCrescenta, Ca. 



Charlie Plant 
Philadelphia. Penn. 




Kathy Moore 
Greenville. S.C. 



Grace Noe 
Westchester, Pa. 



Brian Regitko 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Glen Roebuck 
Sugarland, Tex. 



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Rock Thomas 
Lookout Mntn., Ga. 



Agnes Vandergang 
Ontario, Canada 



Dean Wynveen 
Oostburg, Wi. 




Doug Sneisak 
Chattanooga, Tn. 



Philip Tait 
Welwyn, England 



B J. York 
Huntsville, Ala. 



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Seniors not pictured 

Steve Corbett, Jack Dyxhoorn, Janice Patton, Jim Ward, Kym 
Weaver, Nancy Adams, Joyce Austin, Debbie Beckett, Nancy 
Brandon. Deborah Brown, Timothy Browning, Ron Carter, Norris 
Clark, Beth Colaiuta, Loren Vigil, Howard Cross, Jan Davis, 
Warren Falcon, Greg Hard, Janice Hard, Alan Hardwicke. 
Christine Helrigel, Andy Jones, Gary McDonald, Mary V. 
Mattern, Gordon Meiners, Francis Naegle, Clark Neuhotf, Phil 
Ray, Rebecca Reuman, Frank Sexton, Margaret Stockburger, 
Judy Slenker, John Tuck, John Vidal. 








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Freshman Officers (right): 

Mary Beth Butterfield, Jeff Slenker, Ron 

Bradbury, Terri Shaw. 



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Senior Officers (left): 

Mark Arnold, Jenny Beall, David 

Roundtree, Bob Demoss (not pictured). 




Junior Officers (below): 

John Graham, Lilly Costello, Roy 

Lowrie. 



Sophomore Officers (not 

pictured): 

Michael Gabrielse. Bill Davis. 

Jim Sleuce. 



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Spiritual Affairs Committee: 
Terry Hammond, Steve Henderson, Bill Higgins, Todd Adams, Will Grant. Not pictured: Jim Garretson, Rocky 

Howland, Bruce McRae. 



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Social Committee (left to right): 

Beth Allen (secretary). Wayne Gill (treasurer), Beth Crews. Tawn 
McKinley. Robert Meador. Beth Cooper. George Aber, Scarlett 
Hackman. Tom Ricks (chairman), Tricia Grimes, Tink Rabey, Mike 
Hovart. Not pictured: Joachim Becker, Lorraine Berriors, Dan Frett. 
Cindy Schmidt. 



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MUSIC- 




Wind Symphony (above): 

Gail Harmelink, Kathy Nilson. Kathy Doe, Tracy Kerley, Alexis 

Watson, Kim Stringfield, Debbie Cameron, Cindy Cook. 

Lorraine Berrios, Steve Phillips, Dan Frett, Mark Auffarth, Larry 

Barker. 
Rhoda Sasaki, Meta Scott, Linda Kisby. Tim Morris, Bruce McRae. 

Alan Waldecker, Bobby O'Donnell. 

Not pictured: Rhoda Miller, Dr. Robert Monroe (director). Chip 

Naumann, Cindy Normann, Craig Parker. 




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Symphonette (above): 

Audrey Hale. Kathy Folland. Jennifer Hohri, Chris 

Hamm. Becky Himebook, Judy Blomquiest, Rhonda 

Champness. Linda Hayward. Not pictured: Carl 

Little. 



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Beth Ann Piske. Amelda Early, Becky Barker, Lynn Voskuil, Joan Batson, 

Sarah Hamilton, Clyde Smith, Allen Waldecker. Gail Harmelink, Kathy Doe, 

Nancy Brandon, Debbie Cameron. Matsuko Yashima, Kathy Anderson, Fibi 

Hanna, Terri Stevens, Monk Robinson, David Phillips, Bruce Taws, Laura Doig, 

Susan Ising, Lynn Lawson. Vera Stewart, Catherine Nordlof. Shawna 

Mercer, Marcia Early, Steve Phillips, Bill Pianki, Micah Tyson, Bruce McRae, 

Janie Bonner. Beth Canfield, Kathy Nilson. Kelly Morris, Rhonda Champness, 

Ruth Hunt, Mike Gabrielse, Sam Murrell, Jon Musselman, Bill Davis, Byron 

Shearer, Becky Himebook, Diane Schenz, Sara Roskamp. 



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Tucker Pennington, Andrew Lohr. Bruce Taws, Jeff Clayton, Barb Dillard (director). Sue Finch, Sarah 
Leverett, Debbie Krabbendam, Steve Gilchrist. 

Phil Kiratzis, Meta Scott, Tina Brown, Kathy Wright, Beth Allen, Karen Nagle, Cindy Cook, Neal McKinney, 
Bev DeVilde, Linda Kisby, Chris Cook. 



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Peter Kress, editor-in-chief 

Dawn Ivey. feature editor 

Susan Gray, news editor 

Steve Lutz, layout editor 

Joachim Becker, business manager 

Kathy Wright, assistant business manager 

Kelly Morris, head of typing 

Bob Wright, head of photography 

Kay Good, head of circulation 

Writers; 

Sandy Streelow, John Pummell, Steve 

Henderson, Agnes Vandergang, Kathy Faulk, 

Steve Phillips. John Tuck, Rocky Howland, 

Samuel Mayanjia, Terry Hammond, Phil Keller. 

Layout staff: 

Phil Keller, Jeff Slenker. 

Typists: 

Nancy Harvey, Barb Benham. 



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Kenny Lee, Bruce Schwartz, John Adkins, Tom Lochstampfor, Bryan Shannon, Robert Meador, Buck Roebuck. Jochen Becker, Bobby Joe York, 
Mark Duble, Brad Auffarth, Bill Camenisch, Phil Tait, Jim Grauley, Mark Auffarth, Joe Tessitore, Jim Sluis, Carl Wiersema, Tom Ricks, Dr. Walter 
Bowman, Coach, Matt Gendron, statistician; Ray Clark, manager. 



Great aniticipation preceeded the opening whistle to start this year's 
soccer squad. Potentially, this team had the making of a champion, 
and as the season progressed, few people were disappointed. Spirit- 
ed team play and an amazing defense highlighted the 79 cam- 
paign. The Scots finished the year with a 13-2-5 record, winning the 
Covenant Invitational over Spring Arbor, who finished 3rd in the na- 
tional playoffs, and winning the SCAC tournament with a resounding 
3-0 win over Temple. Five Scots were named to the SCAC All-Star 
Team. They were Kenny Lee, B.J. York, Tom Lochstampfor, Jochen 
Becker, and Buck Roebuck. Kenny Lee set a school record with 10 
shut-outs and B.J. York smashed the goal with a scoring record of 24. 
Few will forget Coach Bowman's squad this year for they provided 
thrills and entertainment for all of their loyal fans. 




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Lady Scots Volleyball 




Diana Monson, coach; George Aber, manager; Bob Powell, 
manager, Sandy Alecxih, Becky Beall, Tracy Brown, Merry 
Dykeman. Lory Johnson, Cindy Schmidt, Ruth Stewart, Mar- 
layne Vandenburg. Alexis Watson, Sandy Streelow, captain; 
Elaine Dreyer. 

The volleyball season this year proved to be a disap- 
pointing one with a record of 8-15. Although there was 
a constant struggle to develop a team ffort and moti- 
vation, the girls did a good job for new players with a 
new coach. The highlight of the season was the SCAC 
tournament in which the Lady Scots took first place. 
Diana Monson received "Coach of the Year" award. 
Merry Dykeman, Sandy Strelow, and Marlayne Van- 
denburg were chosen to the SCAC All-Tournament 
team. Marlayne was also chosen MVP for the second 
year in a row. 



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Covenant Cross Country, Fall 79 




Al Mawhinney, Coach; Sam Mietling, Brian Regitko. Tim Morris, Bill Hargrove, Jeff Slenker, 
Tom Grady, Scott McNutt, Phil Kiratsis. Guy Helms, Lester Badenoch, Jerry Robbins, 



This year's cross country team was by far the best team Covenant has ever 
had. The Covenant record was broken twice this year; first by Sam Mietling 
25:49 against Belmont, and then by Brian Regitko in conference meet 25:48. 
The overall record was 11-12, the conference record was 7-1. Outstanding 
freshmen runners were Tim Morris and Jeff Slenker. Regitko ranked #2 and 
Mietling #3 in conference. Congratulations Covenant runners! 







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SCOTS BASKETBALL 1979-80 




Richard Brooks, manager; Gene Fitzgerald, coach; Danny Griffin, Steve Greer, Jeff Klein, Sam Murrell, Larry Barker; Ray Clark, 
manager; Tim McDonald, Dan Mckinley, Bruce Beers, Zack Martin, Tim Owens, Don Knox, David Gerry. 



Injury to senior point-guard Bruce Beers and 

loss of key players dealt the 

optomistic Scots a serious blow early in the 

1979-80 basketball season. 

However, the "never say die" men in blue 

refused to throw in the towel. Reinforcements, 

Sam Murrel, David Gerry and Tim Owens by 

name, joined the ranks and "Mac" performed 

well. Second place in the Covenant 

Invitational, narrow heart-breaking home losses 

to league rivals Bryan, Temple, and Lee, big 

on-the-road victories over Toccoa Falls and 

Atlanta Christian, and a revenge whipping of 

Sewanee, highlighted the second semester. 

Greer's slam dunking, Zack's ball-handling, 

McDonald's driving for loose balls, steady off- 

the-bench play, Mac's in-traffic scoring, Sam's 

able defense, Donnie's breakaways, Klein's 

rebounding and touchdown strikes, and Six's 

pinpoint passing made the young Scots an 

exciting and enjoyable team to watch. 




Jeff Klein, one of the premier "big men" in Tennessee and Georgia, 
was all-tournament at Montevallo, Lee, and Covenant, 1st team all 
SCAC, leading conference and district rebounder, all NCCAA district 5, 
and second team NCCAA All-American. 



Don Knox's 31 points against the University of the South pushing him 
over the 1000-point mark, made second team all SCAC and climaxed 
a brilliant year career at Scotland Yard by being named the SCAC 
Christian Athlete of the Year. 



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were much better than their record indicated. 




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Kathy Faulk, Anne Fagan, Beth Colaiuta. Tricia Grimes (captain). Leah George. Susan 

Mietling. Not pictured: Sheila Curies. 



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LADY SCOTS BASKETBALL 1979-80 




Will Stern, coach; Nancy Roach. Tami Smailek. Marlayne Vandenburg. Sandra Kosmacek, Lynn Devereux, Janet Crumley, Deanna Bell. Carla 
Royal, Margaret Stockburger. Not pictured: Lori Sprayberry. Pam Metzger. 



This year was to be a rebuilding year 

for the Lady Scots, with the loss of ten 

players off of last year's very 

successful team and playing the 

toughest schedule ever in the history 

of the school. Things looked bleak at 

the onset of the season. 

With senior Margaret Stockburger, 

juniors Tami Smailek and Deanna Bell 

leading the way, the Lady Scots 

fought to a 10 win and 12 loss season. 

Included in the victory column was a 

win over nationally ranked Lee 

College of Cleveland, Tennessee. Also 

nine of the losses were to teams 

ranked in the top fifteen in the nation, 

with only two of the losses considered 

blowouts. 

There are seven players off this year's 

squad who will be returning next year, 

several outstanding recruits and the 

determination to succeed means that 

the exciting Lady Scots will once 

again be on top. 




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Fall Semester At Covenant Found Us Enjoying 
Super Scots Soccer, 



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"Hey, baby, what's happenin'?" 




"Let's ao a cheer." 



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"Come on. Buck, score!' 



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. . . Spectating Volleyball And Cross-Country, 



"Some day my prince will come 




'Go Lady Scots!" 



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"The dirty dozen 
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'Thanks for the breakfast, Trish; 
"How about a moose kiss?" 




One flew over the cuckoo's nest.' 



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. . Doing Our Own Thing, 



"To eat or not to eat, that is the question. 





"Whose mom wears army boots?" 
"A good deal and a good deal more." 




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looks like we're in another tight squeeze. 



'Hee, hee, will that be all?' 



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Expressing Ourselves, 




lute-iful music at the madrigal dinner.' 



"Kellog's night life. 



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'Back stage at the Tempest." 




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"Open mouth, insert paddle." 

"Maybelline . . . fine eye makeup, sensibly priced!' 



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Having Fun Together, 



listen, kid, nothing beats a great pair of legs.' 




"Always and forever 
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"Twos the night before 
Christmas and all through 
the lobby ..." 



Who will it be?' 



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Friendships. 



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BACHELOR OF ARTS 

Biblical Studies: 
Deborah Jean Beckett 
Timothy Duewayne Browning 
Harry Constantino, II 
Laura Susan Cross 
Timothy Mark Hoelzel 
John Edward Lesondak 
Robert Sidney Nenow 
Charles Rex Plant 
Thomas David Rountree 
Robin Lee Springer 
Stanley Roy Viss 
June Elizabeth Worthington 

Biology: 

John Michael Bell 

Elizabeth Ann Colaiuta, cum laude 

Linda Diane Hayward 

Gary Raymond MacDonald 

Samuel Werner Mietling, cum laude 

James Bennett Stewart 

Business Administration 
Jennifer Anne Beall, cum laude 
John David Beatty 
Paul Nathan Beatty 
Joachim Rudolf Becker 
Bruce Kenneth Beers 
Robert Allen Boggs 
Patricia Ann Burton 
Ronald Kevin Carter 
Joni Harmon Harbert 
Jeannette Myrna Shafer 

Elementary Education 

Alisa Allen 

Marcia Ruth Fikkert 

Gloria Jean Mclntyre, cum laude 

Nancy Lynn Matimore 

Mary Victoria Mattern 

Nancy Carolyn Metzger 

Leslie Ann Nuermberger 

Kay Elizabeth Turner 

Janice Sanderfur Upton 

English 

Janice Fullerton Hard 
Kathleen Mary Kiersten 
Judy Kay Slenker, cum laude 
Philip Martyn Tait 

History 

Deborah Ruth Brown 
Robert Latta Butterfield, Jr. 
Billy Ray Cross 



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William Edward Cain 

Robert George DeMoss, Jr. 

David Maurice Desforge, magna cum laude 

Sarah Rugh Hamilton 

Christine LaVasseur Helrigel 

Joe Thomas Moore 

Paul Mark Rockwood 

Charles Willis Sanderfur 

Natural Science 
William Albert Meffert 

Philosophy 

Carl Edward Leslie 

Douglas Thomas Sniesak 

Rock Avery Thomas, cum laude 

Physical Education 
William Donald Goette, cum laude 
Margaret Frances Stockburger 
Bobby Joe York 

Psychology 

Philip Daniel Borders 

Joyce Ann Bradbury, summa cum laude 

Kathleen Denise Howard 

Catherine Elizabeth Lacy 

Gary Lee Metzger 

Paul Clark Neuhoff 

Agnes Jeanette Vandergang, magna cum laude 

Sociology 

Janet Scott Armes 

Philip Daniel Borders 

Beth Ellen Canfield 

Kristine Dawn Hamm, summa cum laude 

Terry Lee Hammond 

Joseph Stotts Hawkins 

Philip Dansby Ray 

Pamela Lee Stirewalt 

Ruth Esther Swayne 

June Elizabeth Worthington 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Applied Music 

Rebecca Rachel Barker 

Colleen Rae Itzen, magna cum laude 

Music Education 
Andrew Parker Jones 

ASSOCIATE OF ARTS 
Biblical Studies 
Emmett Charles Baxendell, III 
Townley Barnes McGiffert, Jr. 



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On graduation day this year, the Board of Trustees of 
Covenant presented a special 25th anniversary citation to 

Rudy Schmidt 

in recognition of outstanding service to the college, the community, the 
church and to his fellowman. Rudolph Schmidt is a man who has a heart for 
the poor and a deep love for students. He is characterized by quiet 
persistence in his work for the Lord. A man who has counseled and 
encouraged students and supported the building of Covenant College. 

We would like to dedicate the 1980 Tartan to Rudolph Schmidt 
in honor of his 25 years of selfless service to our college. 



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Anne Fagan, editor-in-chief 

Terry Massey, associate editor 

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Christina McDuffie, coordinator 

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1980 Patrons 

Mr. 8c Mrs. Hi. Adams 

Mr. 8c Mrs. Richard Crotteau 

Mr. 8c Mrs. Paul Beckett 

Mr. 8c Mrs. Harry K. Beers 

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St. Elmo Presbyterian Church 

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